Is Your Dog Ready for Halloween? A Photo Gallery of 12 Funny Costumes to Buy
Your front porch is decorated, and you've got the candy ready for trick-or-treaters. But what about your canine companion? Do you have a costume for your pet yet? Check out this slideshow for a sampling of pet costumes from major retailers, and then tell us in the comments what your dog is going to be for Halloween.
This spooky spider costume, $16.99 at Petco, is more funny than frightening.
Got a pup who loves to swim? Maybe she's a mer-dog! Let her dress the part in a sparkly mermaid dog costume, $22-$31 at Muttropolis.
Sure, maybe your dog is better at dunking his face in a bowl of kibble than dunking a basketball, but that's exactly why this Top Paw basketball player costume, $8.39-$9.51 at PetSmart, makes us smile. It's a trick and a treat!
Giddyap, pup! If your dog doesn't dig wearing a hat or restricting costume, a headless horseman dog rider, $24.99 at Spirit Halloween, could be just the thing.
We've never thought of dragons as being particularly cute, but this Martha Stewart dragon costume, $19.99-$21.99 at PetSmart, has us thinking twice. Rawr!
The hot dog costume is past its prime, but everybody loves a turkey dog, right? And as a bonus, your dog can wear this turkey costume, $40-$52 at Muttropolis, again on Thanksgiving.
He might be dressed as a plant-eater, but he still loves his meaty treats. And you'll be happy to hand out some goodies to your dog when he's in a darling stegosaurus costume, $34.95 at Animal Planet. Also available at Party City and Amazon.com.
Looking for a costume your canine can carry off year after year? You can't argue with a classic, and that's just what this Martha Stewart pumpkin costume, $19.99-$21.99 at Petsmart, is.
It's OK if your dog isn't really a delicate little flower. This Bloomin Snout pet costume, $12.98 at Spirit Halloween, is still too cute for words.
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